In its permanent exhibition the Diocesan Museum in Toruń presents a valuable collection of movable relics originating from the churches of Toruń diocese. These are, most of all, works of sacral art of high artistic class from Gothic to the nineteenth century ones, all being a part of Pomeranian cultural heritage, including deposits kept up to this time in the Diocese Museum in Pelplin. They include among others: Gothic richly decorated chalices, a monstrance from the same period and polychrome sculptures and paintings, the newest of which is the famous masterpiece of Jerzy Kossak ‘Miracle on the Vistula’. Also, the museum has a copy of the famous sculpture of Beautiful Madonna of Toruń whose original got lost during the Second World War.
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